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If You Give a Donkey the White House

If You Give a Donkey The White House by David E. Levine is a political satire about electing a donkey to the White House and what you will get if you do. If you are a Democrat - you are going to hate the book. Republicans will find the humor in it - and maybe even pat Levine on the back. Levine relates in the book if you get one donkey in the ...

If You Leave This Farm The Dream Is Destroyed

If You Leave This Farm The Dream Is Destroyed by Amanda Farmer is about a Mennonite family. Specifically the teenage daughter Amanda. The family lives in Pennsylvania on a farm. Like all Mennonite families Amanda's are very hard workers and never really question or wonder about their way of life. Amanda's dad yearns to move west--He ...

Impending Fate

Impending Fate is a suspenseful, emotional, page-turner of a book that finalizes William P. Messenger’s trilogy that evolved around the lives of two twin brothers Giuseppe and Giovanni Lozano and their lifelong acquaintance Tom Moran.  It’s a trilogy that confronts a family’s deepest darkest secrets.  Impending Fate picks ...

In Grace's Time

The book, “In Grace's Time,” by Kathie Giorgio and published by Black Rose Writing is a fictional account of what far too many parents experience with the death of a child. It is a story of dealing with bereavement, blame, and the unending pain a parent feels when they lose a child.  How do you continue on after this kind of ...

In The Garden of Beasts

Erik Larson has been widely acclaimed as a master of narrative non-fiction, and in his new book, the bestselling author of Devil in the White City turns his hand to a remarkable story set during Hitler’s rise to power.
 
The time is 1933, the place, Berlin when William E. Dodd becomes America’s first ...

Indifferent

Indifferent masterfully crafted from David Dordi. After finding out of the mysterious death of their foster father which lead to after witnessing the last dying breaths of their foster father, are left with unknown and mysterious superpowers. It's a good thing as an evil force is about to change life as it's known. Can they overcome it? ...

Inevitable

Lindsay Boyd's book, Inevitable, spins out two stories of murder that take place on the fictional Caribbean island, New Mendoza. One murder was by  Boyd's protagonist,  Vanburn Holding, who was quickly apprehended by Chief Inspector Dino Farrell and sentenced to life without parole.  However, there were extraordinary ...

Insanity by Increments, Stories

Insanity by Increments, Stories by Alaric Cabiling is a collection of nine short stories. Cabiling captures the tone and flavor of short story fiction in much the same way as others before him--Poe. The stories are psychologically on the fringe of manic, terror, horror and darkness. Each story is skillfully written and takes on the ever present ...

Invisible Colored White

Invisible Colored White by Richard Rizzo is memoir of a young man who in 1949 moves from his neighborhood to Harlem--his mother has married a black man. Rizzo until this time had been living in an Italian-American neighborhood. His parents were divorced and his life took on quite the change. His mother also became a Communist. What changes this ...

IRON ANNIE AND A LONG JOURNEY

Iron Annie and A Long Journey by Lisa M. Hutchison is the story of one German airline pilot-Albert. Albert is in Germany before Hitler and WWII, during Hitler and after Hitler. The book follows Albert from a young pilot with wife and two children to the end of his life. Early in life Albert loses his first wife and is left with two small children. ...
 

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